Progress made to tackle corruption in Southeast Asia will go a long way in building a more cohesive regional economic community with the fruits of labor
shared by one and all,' she added.
On the exhibit are 22 paintings-turned-cross-stitched artworks of Fernando Amorsolo (like Lady of Flowers, Fruit Gatherer, Waling Waling, The Offering, Cooking the Noonday Meal) and four Manuel Baldemor (Season of Hope, Pahiyas, Fruits of Labor
, and Good Harvest), and other Filipiniana works.
The Fruits of Labor
design is from Glaser's collection with GoodWeave member company Lapchi LLC, and is Goodweave certified.
But then we have been through a period when the fruits of speculation have had more appeal than the fruits of labor
The result, the year following his trip to China, was Staschke's introduction of his current series, The Fruits of Labor
Now Concord Picante, bless them, have released Lost and Found, thus allowing us to enjoy the fruits of labor
of father and son.
Triangle sponsored a concert by Fruits of Labor
, the cultural group of the Black Workers for Justice, in preparation for the International Labor Tribunal to highlight the lack of labor rights around the world.
Glade Ross decries the "theft" of his "hard earned" fruits of labor
At the ideological level, Bruegel suggests, arguments for laissez-faire in commercial dealings took root as tools for restraining the influence of personal ties and preferences, but also came to combat "producerist" claims of equal rights to the fruits of labor
It is said that elderly, spiritually inclined workers often buried silver coins with slogans on them near the early plantations at Darjeeling, to bring good luck to their fruits of labor
Examples already abound that characterize the fruits of labor
of our dedicated and untiring correctional counselors, teachers, security staff and all the others who contribute so much.
Creative ideas will mature, eventually showcasing the fruits of labor
and rewarding the company with true long-term profitability.
Securing the Fruits of Labor
also examines the distribution of wealth as it relates to the rise and fall of political parties, the labor movement, and the anti-slavery movement and abolitionism.
Both books are real contributions to our knowledge of urban and agricultural labor history, but just as the unionized workers could not see the migrant laborer to the east in the valley nor the fruits of labor
rotting on the docks during the strike, so too historians often fail to ask why vision was so narrow.